2014 KCC Continuing Education classes April - June
Kankakee Community College offers approved professional development credit in many fields, certification credit for teachers, personal enrichment classes, Adult Education and GED Preparation. Come join us for these exciting educational opportunities!
Come Join Us! KCC NON-DEGREE CLASSES April â€“ June 2014 INSIDE: Computer skills Pages 6-7 Professional Development Pages 9-22 Online Classes Pages 23-25 Personal Enrichment Pages 26-28 Adult Education & GED Preparation Pages 29-31 Spring r Job Fai April. -3noon 9 a.m ollege KCC C Center age 17 on P Details Possibilities! Your source for continuing education and career services information We’re here. Come join us. Visit us on the web … www.kcctrainingsolutions.org • Register for classes • Learn about conference facilities • See the latest news and courses being offered • Get full details on CDL training, Small Business Development Center, and more. Staff Mary Posing, assistant dean email@example.com Debra Hoyer-Denson, assistant director 815-802-8204 firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Crite, SBDC coordinator 815-802-8222 email@example.com Kris Condon, professor 815-802-8216 firstname.lastname@example.org Grace Conway, administrative assistant 815-802-8207 Erica Billington, administrative assistant 815-802-8206 John Willard, coordinator Highway Construction Training 815-802-8205 Questions? Call us at 815-802-8207 View the most current class schedule at http://www.kcc.edu/comejoinus 2 Fax: 815-802-8201 TTY users in Illinois: Phone Illinois Relay at 711. Outside Illinois, the toll-free number is 800-526-0844. Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Contents We’ll help you get there! Registration form.................................................................................................... 4 Registration and other information......................................................................... 5 Computer skills....................................................................................................6-7 Professional development.................................................................................9-22 Online classes.................................................................................................23-25 Personal enrichment.......................................................................................26-28 Adult Education & GED preparation ...............................................................29-31 Professional development credit Kankakee Community College is an approved sponsor of continuing education for nurses; respiratory care practitioners; nursing home administrators; social workers; public accountants; licensed professional counselor/clinical counselor; athletic trainers; funeral directors and embalmers; physical therapists; occupational therapists; dieticians; and cosmetologists by the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Certification credit for teachers Kankakee Community College has been approved by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) to provide professional development training for teachers in Illinois. Continuing education units (CEUs) and continuing professional development units (CPDUs) are listed with other course information. Teachers wishing to receive CEUs or CPDUs must indicate so at the time of registration. Class selection and suggestions Continuing Education & Career Services strives to offer a large and varied selection of educational opportunities. This booklet is filled with your favorite classes and many new ones. Don’t forget that classes and workshops are being coordinated and scheduled throughout each semester. Contact our office at 815-802-8207 to check for the most current listing of classes and/or to recommend further classes. We listen to your suggestions and try to offer the classes that have been requested. This publication does not constitute a contract between Kankakee Community College and its students, either collectively or individually. Course changes, modifications of fees, and other changes may occur after this publication has been printed and before these changes can be incorporated in a later edition. For this reason, the college does not assume a contractual obligation with its students for the contents of this publication. Every effort is made to ensure that instructors are knowledgeable in the subject that they are instructing. The views, opinions and beliefs of the instructors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of KCC. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION KCC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and complies with applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination, including Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 540 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. It is the policy of the college that no person on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, creed, religion, color, marital or parental status, veteran status, age, national origin, political affiliation and/or beliefs, mental or physical handicap or disability shall be discriminated against. This includes, but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial assistance, placement, recruitment, educational programs, or activities. Lack of English skills is not a barrier to admission and participation in educational programs. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to David Cagle, Affirmative Action officer; Julia Waskosky, Title IX coordinator; or Kim Harpin, Section 504 coordinator; Kankakee Community College, 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901-6505; 815-8028100. TTY users may phone 711. Outside of Illinois, dial 1-800-526-0844. Waskosky, the Title IX coordinator, ensures that the college is in compliance with the federal law by handling complaints, answering questions, organizing information and relevant statistics and staying informed regarding laws which affect these areas. Harpin, the Section 504 coordinator, coordinates the college’s services/programs for disabled student/staff populations that allow access to education. 3 Registration Form KCC OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION & CAREER SERVICES 100 College Drive • Kankakee, IL 60901-6505 • 815-802-8207 • FAX: 815-802-8201 Unless noted in the course description, registration deadline is seven business days before the course begins. See Page 5 for registration options. Today’s date: / / Registration for which term: Fall 20____ Spring 20____ Summer 20____ PLEASE PRINT. Name: LAST Social Security no.*: FIRST - - MIDDLE (FULL) Previous last name(s): Street address: ❑ Home ❑ Business City: State: ZIP code: County: Please mail a confirmation receipt. Unless this box is checked, a receipt will not be mailed. Home phone: ( ) Work/alternate phone: ( ) - - Birth date: ____/____/____ Company name: E-mail address (required for online courses): *Once received, your Social Security number (SSN) will be replaced by a random seven digit ID number, which will be considered your college ID. Your SSN will be stored in a single secured location as required by college policy and will not be used for internal college business. ISBE CPDU credit requested. Course Prefix Course No. Course Section Course Title Start Date Fee TOTAL FEES: $ Student’s signature: Date: Check enclosed, payable to Kankakee Community College. Please bill my company. A purchase order or voucher is attached. Please charge my credit card for the fees indicated above: MasterCard® Visa® Discover Card® Card no.: Exp. date: Security code (3-digit code on back of card): In case of emergency, contact: Phone: The following items are requested for state reporting. No individuals will be identified. CIRCLE ONE: male/female Veteran of active duty military service: ❑ Yes ❑ No Do you speak English fluently? ❑ Yes ❑ No Are you disabled? ❑ No ❑ Yes—impairment: ❑ Vision ❑ Hearing ❑ Speech ❑ Mobility (wheelchair: ❑ Yes ❑ No) Are you academically disadvantaged? ❑ Yes ❑ No Are you economically disadvantaged? ❑ Yes ❑ No Are you a single parent? ❑ Yes ❑ No Are you a displaced homemaker? ❑ Yes ❑ No Are you concurrently enrolled at another college? ❑ Yes ❑ No Educational intent: ❑ Improve skills for my present job ❑ Prepare for a future job immediately after attending the community college Last high school attended: ❑ Personal interest/self development – not career oriented ❑ Unknown/other Name ❑ Graduated H.S. / / ❑ Completed GED / mo. day yr. Highest degree Employment previously earned: status: ❑ GED ❑ Full-time ❑ H.S. diploma ❑ Part-time over ❑ Certificate 15 hrs. per week ❑ Associate degree ❑ Part-time 15 hrs. ❑ Bachelor’s degree or less per week ❑ Master’s degree ❑ Homemaker ❑ First professional degree ❑ Unemployed ❑ Doctoral degree ❑ Other ❑ Other ❑ None FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: Date received: Service fee: Initials: IDT: Method of payment: Check no.: Cash: ❑ MasterCard® ❑ Visa® ❑ Discover Card® 4 City / mo. day yr. ❑ Still in high school (graduation year) Are you a legal resident* of KCC District 520? Yes No *Consult current KCC catalog for residency policy U.S. citizenship status (Choose only one.) U.S. citizen Not U.S. citizen, but permanent resident. Provide home country of origin Please attach a photocopy of your Alien Registration Card. Not U.S. citizen, but in U.S. on a visa. Provide home country of origin Please attach a photocopy of your Alien Registration Card. Not U.S. citizen, not in U.S. on a visa. Provide home country of origin Are you Hispanic or Latino? (or, are you of Spanish origin?) Yes, Hispanic or Latino Not Hispanic or Latino State / / mo. day yr. Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? (Select all that apply.) American Indian or Alaskan Native Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander Asian White Black or African-American Choose not to respond Please identify your primary racial/ethnic group. (Select one.) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian Black or African-American Hispanic or Latino Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Other registration/class information 5 ways to register … Online Visit www.kcc.edu/comejoinus If you register online, you must pay by credit card (Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover® accepted.) Mail Complete the attached registration form and return it along with full payment to Continuing Education & Career Services, Kankakee Community College, 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901. Do not mail cash. Fax Complete the attached registration form and fax it to 815-802-8201, ATTN: Continuing Education & Career Services. If you register by fax, you must pay by credit card (Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover® accepted) or purchase order. In person Complete the registration form and bring it to Student Services on the second floor at KCC. Payment may be made at that time. In-person registration is open 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fridays. (KCC is closed most Fridays in May, June and July) Phone General information If you have questions about our courses, please phone Grace Conway at 815-802-8207 or email gconway@kcc. edu. Unless noted otherwise, participants must be at least 16 years of age. Pre-registration Pre-registration is required. Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to minimum enrollment requirements, you are encouraged to sign up at least seven business days before the first session. In all classes except online classes, once the minimum enrollment requirement is met, registrations will be accepted until the start date if space is available. For online classes, the registration deadline is one week before the class begins. Registering a friend or co-worker You may register yourself and others. A separate form (or online registration) must be submitted for each person. Information required for each person – such as address, birth date and Social Security number – must be included. Registration confirmation KCC will send a confirmation of registration if it is requested. The confirmation will include a receipt, your beginning and end course dates, classroom location and any additional information. Waiting lists If the class you want to take is full, ask to be placed on a waiting list. If another class is opened, you will be contacted. Instructor absences Instructors rarely miss classes, but if a session is unexpectedly canceled, every effort will be made to call you. However, since this often happens on short notice, a sign will be posted at the class location. Weather cancellations When KCC campus closes due to inclement weather, Continuing Education and Career Services classes are postponed. Classes canceled due to weather will be rescheduled. Visit www.kcc.edu/severeweatherclosings for information on notifications. Call 815-802-8207. Have your credit card number (Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover® accepted) or a purchase order ready. The TTY number within Illinois is 711. Phone registration hours are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. (KCC is closed most Fridays in May, June and July) Cancellation policy NOTE: Register for online classes by phone (815-802-8207) or email email@example.com. Participants may withdraw and receive full refunds, minus a $3 service fee, until two working days before the first session of class. After that point, no refunds will be given. Withdrawals are accepted by phone at 815-802-8207, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If a class must be canceled by KCC, those who have enrolled will receive full refunds. The college will make every attempt to notify participants in advance of cancellations. Refunds from credit card payments will be made in the form of a credit to the cardholder’s account. Withdrawal policy For registration and information: 815-802-8207 5 Computer Skills New! Internet 101 Advanced iPhone Not sure how to access the internet? Do you need help understanding internet terminology? This seminar will teach you how to access the internet, open new tabs, understand terminology, and assist you in becoming familiar with navigating the World Wide Web. Learn how to search the Internet, access toolbars, save favorites, and use different browsers. Don’t let technology leave you behind! Enroll today and learn to access your digital world. This class is intended for people who are new to the Internet, or need help when navigating the World Wide Web. Microsoft Windows experience is strongly recommended. Instructor: Jennifer Irigoyen. Ready to move beyond the basics of using your iPhone/ iPad? Come learn these features (and many more): Bluetooth, hard reset, factory reset, screen capture, printing, personal hotspot, backing up with iCloud, Airplay, deleting cache and cookies, locating a lost device, and Siri features. Bring your iPhone/iPad, your questions, and be prepared to become a master at using technology. Instructor: Jennifer Irigoyen. Thursday, May 8 6-9 p.m. • KCC Room D121 LECT 9703.Q26 • $19 Saturday, April 12 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. • KCC Room D121 LECT 8020.K16 • $49 Our instructor Jennifer Irigoyen Beginning iPhone/iPad/iPod This class is ideal for new iPhone/iPad/iPod users. You’ll learn how to set up and use an iPhone, iPad or iPod. Soon after, you can use it to make your life easier, more efficient and fun. We’ll cover basic features and functions including activating a new device, installing iTunes, setting up and synchronizing the device, configuring iCloud, setting up email accounts, downloading and arranging apps, and rebooting. Bring your device to class. Instructor: Jennifer Irigoyen. Saturday, April 19 9 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D124 LECT 9150.K26 • $19 Thursday, June 5 6-9 p.m. • KCC Room D123 LECT 9150.Q26 • $19 Computer class note: Because of the amount of content covered in such a short time, you must attend the first session of your computer course. If you have a conflict, please call Grace Conway at 815-802-8207 to learn about other enrollment options. 6 Jennifer Irigoyen makes the learning experience fun for all attendees. She has a passion for technology and can talk about technical processes in a way everyone can understand. A veteran of the information technology field for more than 20 years, Irigoyen has a wide range of knowledge including web design, computer programming, virtualization, network security, and PC diagnostics and repair. She also is knowledgeable about the latest tech trends and products. Irigoyen is a computer programmer II for the Information Technology Services Department at KCC and also has taught at Joliet Junior College. She has several Microsoft Certifications, a bachelor’s degree in information technology from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, and is pursuing a master’s degree in management information systems at Governors State University in University Park. Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Computer Skills Android Devices (Smart Phones 101) Learn to utilize all the features your android phone or tablet offers. Topics will be setting up your phone, features, configuring email accounts, finding and installing apps, sharing files, connecting to Wi-Fi, maximizing battery life, personalizing your device, and setting up security. This session is ideal if you own or are thinking of buying an android phone or tablet. Bring your android device to class. Instructor: Jennifer Irigoyen. Wednesday, June 11 6-9 p.m. • KCC Room D123 MICR 9020.Q11 • $19 Windows or equivalent experience. 8 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. Tuesday & Thursday • April 22 & 24 5:30-9:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 333A.Q26 $125, includes text. Tuesday & Thursday • June 10 & 12 5:30-9:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 333A.Q11 $125, includes text. Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction to Personal Computers Do you have a new computer? Are you thinking about getting one for the first time? This seminar will provide answers to your questions about hardware, memory and storage. You’ll learn how to work with files and folders and use the mouse and disk storage. Find out how to choose and install software applications and discover how they are different from operating systems. No typing or computer experience necessary. Instructor: Kris Condon. Class note: 8 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. Tuesday & Thursday • April 15 & 17 5:30-9:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 331A.Q26 $125, includes text. Introduction to Microsoft® Windows 7 Learn the fundamentals of the Windows 7 operating system, including using My Computer; working with folder hierarchies; creating and managing files and folders; working with removable media, such as flash drives, CDs and DVDs; using basic applications such as WordPad and Paint; and customizing the Windows desktop using Control Panel. Instructor: Kris Condon. Class note: Prerequisite is Introduction to PCs or equivalent experience. 8 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. Tuesday & Thursday • May 13 & 15 5:30-9:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 364A.Q26 $125, includes text. Introduction to Microsoft® Word 2010 Learn how to efficiently use the Word window; edit documents; move and copy text; distinguish between character and paragraph formatting; create and manage tables; control page layout features—including headers and footers, margins, and page breaks; and proof and print documents. Microsoft Office Specialist examination objectives will be covered. Instructor: Kris Condon. Class notes: Prerequisite is Introduction to Microsoft Topics in this course include understanding the Excel window, entering and editing data, modifying and formatting worksheets, using functions, choosing printing options, creating charts, and using the basic web capabilities of Excel. Microsoft Office Specialist examination objectives will be covered. Instructor: Kris Condon. Class notes: Prerequisite is Introduction to Microsoft Windows or equivalent experience. 8 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. Tuesday & Thursday • June 17 & 19 5:30-9:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 332A.Q11 $125, includes text. Introduction to Microsoft® Project Microsoft Project is a project management application that contains a set of tools to help managers, plan, schedule and control projects. In this workshop, you will learn how to create a project plan file, enter task information and create a work breakdown structure by organizing and setting task relationships, assigning project resources and finalizing the project plan file. Instructor: Kris Condon. Thursday, May 8 8:30-4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D122 DAPR 374A.A16 $125, includes text. QuickBooks 2012 Level I QuickBooks is designed with small business owners in mind. This hands-on course allows participants to learn and practice QuickBooks features. You will leave with resource materials. Instructor: Sue Legris. Class note: Prerequisite is Introduction to Microsoft Windows or equivalent experience. Mondays & Wednesdays • April 21 to May 14 7-9 p.m. • KCC Room D121 DAPR 341G.Q16 $190, includes text For registration and information: 815-802-8207 7 It’s a good time to start a business Come learn what it takes. We offer FREE and low-cost assistance. Whether you are starting a home-based business, a retail store, a large enterprise with a number of employees or a technologybased company, our business consultants will help you out. The Small Business Development Center welcomes owners, managers or pre-venture entrepreneurs thinking of starting or expanding a business in Illinois. SBDC Services Here’s a partial list of services to assist you: • Developing a new business • Buying an existing business • Expanding a current business • Troubleshoot problems with your current business Pre-Business Workshop For just $10, this seminar will provide first-hand advice on what to expect when starting a small business. Bring your questions and learn about free services to assist you in your business venture. Pre-Business Workshops will be offered on April 9 and May 7. For more information, see Page 10. The Illinois Small Business Development Center at KCC is part of a statewide network of small business resource providers, collaborating with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic opportunity, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Service Corps of Retired Executives. The SBDC office is located at the KCC North Extension Center, 450 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley. For an appointment or more information, contact Ken Crite email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 815-802-8222. 8 Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development Financing Your Small Business Interested in small business financing? Find out what the bank will expect in your business proposal, how to properly prepare a small business loan proposal, and available, free, resources to assist you with the process. Instructor: Ken Crite. The KCC Small Business Development Center has moved. New location KCC Small Business Development Center KCC North Extension Center 450 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley For more information: KCC.edu/SBDC Ken Crite, coordinator of the Small Business Development Center 815-802-8222 • email@example.com Pre-Business Workshop This seminar will provide first-hand advice on what to expect when starting a small business. Bring your questions and learn about free services to assist you in your business venture. Instructor: Ken Crite. Thursday, April 10 6-8 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N114 SBDC 9120.Q26 • $10 NEW! How to Create an Excellent Business Website When it comes to putting together their first business website, the first question a lot of business owners has is, "Where do I even start?" That's not always easy to answer, especially if you don't know the difference between HTML and a ham sandwich. This presentation will discuss what is needed for your first website and tools you can use to build one. Instructor: Tammy Finch. Wednesday, April 16 5-7 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N114 SBDC 9130.Q16 • $35 How to Promote Your Business on a Shoestring Budget Wednesday, April 9 6-8 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N114 SBDC 9000.Q36 • $10 Many times, small business owners have limited funds to advertise and market their business. This session will share tips to market and promote your business with limited funds. Participate in an open discussion and learn new ideas to market and promote your business without spending all of the profits. Instructor: Susette Cole. Wednesday, May 7 6-8 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N114 SBDC 9000.Q46 • $10 Wednesday, May 21 6-8 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N114 SBDC 9010.Q11 • $10 For registration and information: 815-802-8207 9 Professional Development Career Skills Spanish Interpretation: Medical Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Equipment Best Practices This training will discuss and demonstrate how keeping equipment operating within design limits will minimize environmental risks, reduce maintenance and operational cost and energy usage. The training will identify how to maintain equipment resulting in electrical, gas, and fuel savings, as well as increasing capacity through the elimination of downtime. Thursday, April 3 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. • KCC Room D124 FREE, but registration at http://www.igencc.org/ temt14_ppmebp is required. NEW! Accident Investigation This is an interactive, participant-centered training program that offers the opportunity to learn the primary reasons for conducting accident investigation and discusses the six step procedure to determine the root causes of accidents and near misses. The four-hour class will include cases studies and interviewing technique practice sessions. Interpreters are needed in medical environments to assist clients who do not communicate in English. Language barriers can prevent access to services which can leave clients at risk of receiving inappropriate health care. This course will provide interpreters with a strong foundation in the profession of medical interpreting. Interpreters will practice their skills in real-world simulation experiences. The course covers the Role of the Interpreter, Interpreter Protocol, Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice, Medical Terminology, Body Systems and their functions, Cultural Competency, Title VI and HIPAA. Instructor: Lupita Sorich. Class notes: Participants must attend all classes and pass the final oral and written exam in order to earn a certificate of successful completion. Participants must be fluent in both English and Spanish before enrollment. Mondays, April 21 to June 2 (no class May 26) 6-9 p.m. • KCC Room D124 SPAN 341D.Q16 $249, includes materials. Friday, April 4 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D151 • $60 NEW! Industrial Hygiene for the Non-Hygienist In this session, employers will learn how to meet required OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Administration) health-related standards. You will learn how to identify potential health hazards, routes of exposure, and how chemical/toxic materials enter the body. The course includes methods to correct, eliminate and/or control these hazards. Wednesday, April 9 9-11 a.m. • KCC Room D123 • $30 NEW! Saving Energy in Commercial Facilities Learn about techniques and tools useful for understanding energy consumption, energy loss, and where to take corrective action – all in the context of an energy audit. The lecture portion of the training will discuss elements of the energy audit followed by a technical introduction of three measurement technologies that are invaluable for characterizing energy savings opportunities in commercial facilities. Tuesday, April 29 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D123 FREE, but registration at http://www.igencc.org/ temt14_secf is required. Tuesday, April 29 1-5 p.m. • KCC Room D123 FREE, but registration at http://www.igencc.org/ temt14_secf is required. 10 Five ways to register 1. Go to http://kcc.edu/comejoinus/; choose your class, click submit and follow the instructions. If you register online, you must pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted). 2. Fax your completed registration form to 815-802-8201. 3. Mail your completed registration form to Kankakee Community College, Continuing Education and Career Services, 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901. 4. Call 815-802-8200. Have the course number and your credit card number or a purchase order number ready. 5. Visit KCC and bring your completed registration form to Student Services on the second floor. Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development NEW! Setting Goals & Reviewing Results Achieving business results requires aligning an employee’s individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success or failure of the organization. This course helps leaders drive performance and accountability by helping people understand what is expected of them and gaining their commitment to achieving it. When leaders conduct effective discussions on expectations, people feel more motivated to perform well because they see how their efforts make a difference. Instructor: Maribeth Hearn. Friday, April 18 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D123 LEAD 9040.A16 • $145 Summer Learning for Kids in 1st through 8th grades Discover exciting information Explore new interests Make new friends Have a great time! Classes meet at KCC's Riverfront campus Two one-week sessions are offered Teachers are certified K-12 educators Get on the mailing list! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 815-802-8206 Registration booklets will be mailed in April. Info also will be posted at www.kcc.edu/college4kids/. Se e y o u t h i s SUM M E R ! NEW! Driving Change Delegation is a critical skill for leaders in today’s “do more with less” business environment. Fewer resources, changing motivations, virtual employees and global workforces are just a few of the challenges leaders face as they attempt to meet ever-increasing workplace demands. In this course, leaders learn the skills you need to address challenges, gain commitment, develop individual skills and abilities, and enhance the overall capability and capacity of teams. Instructor: Maribeth Hearn. Friday, May 16 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D123 LEAD 9050.A16 • $145 Grant Writing Earning grant money is highly competitive, and very important in program and capital projects for nonprofits and tax-supported agencies. In this seminar, you will learn about the variety of funders and where to find them; key requirements funders have; emerging trends in grant making; how an organization or agency must position itself for successful grant seeking; critical thinking before writing a proposal; effective methods to project and measure outcomes; and the six components of a winning proposal. Upon completion, you will have a greater chance of success in presenting the needs of the people you serve and finding the funding needed to be successful. Instructor: Marcia Reed-Woodard. Thursday, April 3 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • KCC Room D123 MGMT 308A.A16 $89, includes materials. Our instructor Marcia Reed-Woodland Marcia Reed-Woodard is a management consultant whose work spans the private, public and social sectors in industries that include healthcare, human resources, insurance, professional services, finance, education and publishing. She is a certified trainer and business/career coach. She's also a frequent writer and contributing editor for several newspapers, magazines and blogs on business, career and nonprofit topics. Away from work, Marcia volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, Girl Scouts of America and the Taproot Foundation. She enjoys reading, listening to jazz and watching drag racing at Route 66 Raceway. She is a proud wife and doting mom of three fantastic children. For registration and information: 815-802-8207 11 Professional Development Project Management Professional Series Take one or take them all! Essentials of Project Management The PMP® certification series is designed for project managers, project leads, business analysts, team leaders, stakeholders. This course will help improve your ability to deliver projects. It is the first step toward certification in the PMP® Exam Prep Series. You’ll learn how to identify key factors that lead to project success (and failure), facilitate a work breakdown structure exercise, describe techniques to influence stakeholders, identify techniques to provide better estimates, describe strategies for managing changes, and more. You will also develop skills to lead teams, align projects to business needs and plan for risks. Instructor: Andy Kaufman. Thursday & Friday • April 24 & 25 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 MGMT 342D.A16 • $439 Advanced Project Management This workshop is a combination of nuts-and-bolts theory and practical lessons, presented in a fastpaced, highly interactive session. Our goal is to get your organization on track to consistently deliver successful projects. This is the second workshop in the PMP® Exam Prep Series. The PMP® certification series is designed for project managers, project leads, business analysts, team leaders, stakeholders. Instructor: Andy Kaufman. Thursday & Friday • May 1 & 2 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 MGMT 343D.A16 • $439 PMP® Exam Preparation Earning the PMP® credential can be an important milestone for a project manager. More importantly, the process to earn this certification can help you become more competent at successfully delivering projects. This workshop will help you get ready to pass the exam. Topics will include: preparing for the four-hour Go far without your car! 12 exam, using the CD test questions, remembering key points for each area, and utilizing the prep book and materials. The PMP® certification series is designed for project managers, project leads, business analysts, team leaders, stakeholders. Instructor: Andy Kaufman. Friday, May 9 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 MGMT 344A.A16 • $325 Introduction to Microsoft Project Microsoft Project is a project management application that contains a set of tools to help managers plan, schedule and control projects. In this workshop, you will learn how to create a project plan file, enter task information and create a work breakdown structure by organizing and setting task relationships, assigning project resources and finalizing the project plan file. Instructor: Kris Condon. Thursday, May 8 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 DAPR 374A.A16 $125, includes book. Our instructor Andy Kaufman Andy Kaufman is an international speaker, author, executive coach, and president of the Institute for Leadership Excellence & Development Inc. Kaufman has more than 25 years of experience in executive management, technology, team leadership, project management, consulting and coaching. His focus is transforming organizations through proven, holistic and real-world approaches. Kaufman is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Before founding the Institute, Kaufman was vice president of U.S. Systems for ACNielsen. Ed2Go online courses are convenient, affordable and effective. Visit www.ed2go.com/kankakeecc Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development NEW! Get a Career Makeover Come reignite your career with this must-attend workshop for those who are UNDERemployed, recent retirees or changing jobs after 10+ years of work experience. You’ll learn about the 12 job skills that every business professional needs to be successful. You’ll take a career assessment and discover your right job fit. You’ll get tips for revamping your resume, connecting with employers, selling your skills and experience in today’s job market and much, much more. Instructor: Marcia Reed-Woodard. Thursday, April 10 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • KCC Room D123 BSNS 385A.A16 $89, includes materials. NEW! Permission Marketing: No Sales Experience Necessary Need to meet sales goals but sick of making cold calls? Shorten your organization’s sales cycle, slash the sales budget and improve sales results with this cutting-edge workshop for non-sales professionals. Come discover how you can create value, influence buyer behavior and build genuine interest for your product, service or cause. This is a great introductory course for small business owners, entrepreneurs and nonprofit executives with sales responsibilities. Instructor: Marcia Reed-Woodard. Thursday, April 24 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • KCC Room D123 MKTG 350A.A16 $89, includes materials. Certification CPR Health Care Provider This course provides the information, training, demonstration and practice necessary to pass the CPR Health Care Provider written examination and perform adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation acceptable to the American Heart Association (AHA). Instructor: Sheree Wertz. Class notes: After successful completion, participants will receive an AHA certification card. No refunds are given after the registration deadline. Textbooks should be picked up from the Continuing Education Office prior to the first class. Saturday, April 5 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D151 WELL 9006.K26 $105, includes required textbook. Wednesday, May 7 5-9 p.m. • KCC Room D124 WELL 9006.Q26 $105, includes required textbook. Wednesday, June 11 8 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D123 WELL 9006.Q11 $105, includes required textbook. Food Sanitation and Safety This course emphasizes food protection through sanitation training. You will learn proper food care for food service establishments. Successful completion of the course’s qualifying examination qualifies individuals for Illinois Department of Public Health certification. Class note: Participants must fulfill course and testing requirements to be eligible for certification. If you do not pass the exam, there is a $35 additional cost to re-take the full class and exam. Saturdays • May 3 & 10 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 HLTH 520D.K16 $175, includes book and test. CNA Re-Certification A process for those who are no longer on the Illinois Health Care Worker Registry. 4-steps to re-certify: 1. Contact the Illinois Department of Public Health at 217-785-5133 or email email@example.com and ask if you are eligible to recertify. If yes, request a recertification packet. 2. Complete a fingerprint-based criminal history records check. Fingerprint background check cost varies based upon the IDPH-vendor the applicant chooses. Do not proceed to the next step until the criminal history check is successfully completed. 3. Schedule a date and time to complete the 21 manual skills test with an IDPH-approved evaluator. The cost for the 21 manual skills test is $199. To schedule a time, contact KCC’s Office of Continuing Education and Career Services at 815-802-8207. Upon successful completion of the manual skills test, IDPH will mail you a second packet to register for the written exam. 4. Register to take the written exam. The written exam fee is $65. To receive a list of dates for the written test, contact KCC’s Health Careers Division at 815-802-8800. 13 Professional Development Food Sanitation Re-certification Highway Construction Careers Training Program Funded by the Illinois Department of Transportation, administered by the Illinois Community College Board About the program This is a refresher course for those who are state certified and need to re-certify. An Illinois Department of Public Healthapproved syllabus is used, and a core curriculum is followed. Class note: You must bring your current certification identification number and photo identification to class. Saturday, April 26 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. • KCC Room D124 FOOD 9000.K26 • $60 A Highway Construction Careers Training Program has been implemented to increase the number of minorities, women and disadvantaged individuals working on IDOT highway construction projects. Monday, June 2 5-10 p.m. • KCC Room D123 FOOD 9000.Q26 • $60 The training consists of an intensive 12-week tuition-free program to learn the skills necessary for acceptance into the highway construction trades and the opportunity for a career with high wage earning potential. This pre-apprenticeship training course includes, but is not limited to: • Math for the trades • Job readiness • Technical skills coursework • OSHA 10 certification This six-week course is designed to strength your beginning skills in Spanish. “Basic Spanish Conversation – Part One” is a prerequisite to this course. Instructor: Tris Tara Diaz. Class notes: 12 contact hours available to nurses, nursing home administrators, social workers, professional counselors/clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Participants must attend all sessions to receive full contact hours. Health Related Careers NEW! Basic Spanish Conversation – Part Two Career opportunities: • Laborers • Equipment operators • Ironworkers • Carpenters • Cement masons • Electricians • Plumbers • Painters • Inspectors & Testers Contact: John Willard • firstname.lastname@example.org Highway Construction Careers Training Program at KCC Learn more at www.kcc.edu/hcctp Tuesdays • April 15 to May 20 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D124 SPAN 331A.Q16 • $72 Deaf Sign I – Part Two Continue to learn and practice the art of sign language. “Deaf Sign I - Part One” is a prerequisite to this course. Instructor: Janet Hanson. Class note: 14 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. 14 contact hours available to nurses, nursing home administrators, social workers, professional counselors/ clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Participants must attend all sessions to receive full contact hours. Tuesdays • April 8 to May 20 6:30-8:30 p.m. • KCC Room D212 HLTH 316A.Q26 • $89 WANTED: Enthusiastic Instructors Do you have a special skill or topic to share? Instructors are needed to teach short-term continuing education courses – day or evening For more information, email email@example.com or phone 815-802-8206. 2nd Annual Options Center for Independent Living Empowerment Seminar Learn tips, tools and techniques to promote an accessible society. There are 54 million Americans living with a disability. Options Center for Independent Living, serving Kankakee and Iroquois counties, understands how to advance the lives of people with disabilities. Topics will include accessibility; empowerment skills; making the workplace, home and classroom more adaptable; and much more. Seminar includes four guest speakers, informative booth displays, light breakfast and a boxed lunch. Class notes: 7 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, 14 Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development teachers, social workers, counselors, nursing home administrators, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and respiratory therapists. Seating is limited. Friday, April 11 • 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. • KCC Iroquois Room Registration options... 7 contact hours: $60; HLTH 574A.A16 Registration only: $30; HLTH 574A.A26 Current college students: $15; HLTH 574A.A36 NEW! Integrative Qigong: a Course in Cultivating Healing Energy Qigong is the practice of gentle stretching, moderate movement, and breathing techniques for the development of Qi, or life-force energy. Qigong is widely practiced in Asia, and has become popular in the West as an approach to overall health and well-being. Qigong positively impacts your body’s natural healing ability. This class will explore the concept of realizing body/mind health by achieving balance of the Yin and Yang energies through practice of the traditional “Healing Energy” techniques of “The Five Animal Frolics,” the “8 Pieces of Brocade,” and the “Six Healing Sounds of Qigong.” Participation is required, so please dress appropriately in loose, comfortable clothes. Instructor: Gary Paruszkiewicz. Class notes: 4 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. Wednesday, April 16 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. • KCC Iroquois Room LECT 8030.A16 $60, includes materials and handouts. Tai Chi Instructor Course Therapeutic Tai Chi In-A-Chair, a full-body/full-range fitness routine for daily physical activity, was developed for people who have balance, standing, vision and other issues or disabilities. This course covers the history, development and adaptations of traditional Qigong and Tai Chi. It includes special training for unique circumstances, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, geriatrics, fibromyalgia, blindness, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. After completion, participants will receive endorsement and recommendation to teach classes as well as certification as a “Qualified Instructor of Therapeutic Tai Chi In- A-Chair.” Instructor: Gary Paruszkiewicz. Class notes: Please wear comfortable clothing appropriate for the activity. 6 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. Friday, May 9 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • KCC Room D123 For certification: WELL 9017.A16; $149, includes textbook, manuals, DVDs, handouts, certificate of completion and lunch. For re-certification: WELL 9017.A26 ; $85, no materials included. Bring your handouts from the first class. Our instructor Gary Paruszkiewicz Gary Paruszkiewicz is a Certified Stress Management Educator. He is a member of the National Qigong Association, the premiere membership organization for practitioners and teachers of the healing energy arts. He serves as vice chair of the NQA Regional Committee, and has been invited to make presentations at NQA conferences. He teaches regularly throughout the community at Riverside Health Care’s Sojourn, Presence St. Mary’s Hospital and Heritage Village. Paruszkiewicz has taught Qigong and Tai Chi at the prestigious Heartland Health Spa in Gilman (a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence selection) since 1996. Visit CollegeCentral.com/kcc Do you need qualified employees? FREE SERVICES: • Advertise jobs and internships • Review resumes • Post only once! Post job opportunities either with KCC exclusively or with the CCJobNet partnership of 11 northern Illinois community colleges. Looking for a job? FREE SERVICES: • Job opportunities postings • Career exploration and planning • Job board (located in KCC Workforce Development Center hallway) Call 815-802-8206 for a username and password For more info on CollegeCentral.com, phone 815-802-8202. For registration and information: 815-802-8207 15 Professional Development Our instructor Barb Bancroft KCC is creating a skilled workforce Right now there are unfilled jobs in Kankakee County, which means there are opportunities for the right person to start a new career. There is a gap between the skills we have and the skills employer’s need. Solving that is a priority. Because for every one of those unfilled jobs there is a talented person out there who is ready to show us what they can accomplish. Kankakee Community College can help make that happen. That’s education at work. Visit www.kcc.edu or phone 815-802-8500 for more information. Barb Bancroft, RN, MSN, PNP, is a widely acclaimed national speaker, noted for her humorous, entertaining and information-packed seminars. She is author of the books Medical Minutiae, An Apple a Day – the ABCs of Diet and Disease and Live a Little, Laugh a Lot. Many people can conduct health seminars, or write books on health, but very few can make them both thoroughly informative and entertaining. Bancroft makes complex health topics easily understandable and appealing. She has provided more than 2,000 educational and motivational seminars on clinical and health maintenance topics to healthcare professionals and corporations throughout the U.S. and Canada. Bancroft has been a regular speaker at KCC for more than 18 years. NEW! Kiss My Stressed-Out Asparagus Are you feeling stressed? How about your patients? Join Barb Bancroft for a stress-reducing fun day learning about nutrition. She’ll bust a few myths, burst a few bubbles, and give you the straight talk on evidence-based nutrition. Topics include the effect of stress on your body, how to reduce portions, GMO (genetically modified organisms) foods, eating when stressed, stress-reducing foods, organic foods, sources of vitamins, foods that trigger kidney stones and other illnesses, and the hype and benefits of certain diets. Instructor: Barb Bancroft. Tuesday, May 20 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. • Iroquois Room $89, includes materials. Introduction to Herbalism for Healthcare WANTED: Enthusiastic Instructors Do you have a special skill or topic to share? Instructors are needed to teach short-term continuing education courses – day or evening For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 815-802-8206. 16 Use of medicinal herbs and plants has a rich tradition and history. Many herbs and plants are high in nutritional and pharmacological properties. Herbs encourage and activate the body’s own healing mechanisms. This course offers an introduction to medicinal herbs and their history of use in healing. Topics include a brief history of herbal medicine, how herbs work in the human body, herbal properties and characteristics, and demonstrations of how to prepare a wide range of internal and external applications. Participants will gain a basic understanding of how and when to use medicinal herbs to address simple health issues. Instructor: Candice Chaffee. Class notes 6.5 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development Spring Job Fair Thursday, April 3 9 a.m. - noon KCC College Center Meet representatives of businesses which are hiring. Gather information and make a great first impression that can help you gain employment! For more information, phone 815-802-8206 or email email@example.com. Job fair website: www.kcc.edu/jobfair Sponsored by KCC’s Office of Continuing Education & Career Services Kankakee Community College Online Classes & Live Webinars for new and experienced business owners. Class Options include: • Are You Ready? – $50 • Starting Your Business in Illinois – $25 • Build Your Business Team – $75 • Business Plans Made Easy – $75 • Strategic Planning for Small Business – $100 • Cash Flow – Lifeblood of Your Business – $50 • Marketing for Success – $50 • Maximize Your Relationships – $40 For more information and to register, visit SmallBusinessSpokenHere.com/illinoissbdc.aspx The online classes are self-paced, learning modules sponsored by first Midwest Bank. Kankakee Community College For registration and information: 815-802-8207 17 Professional Development professional counselors/clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, physical therapists and occupational therapists. Welding Rodeo Saturday, April 19 KCC Manuafacturing and Industrial Technology Center, 2580 S. Route 45/52 in Kankakee. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Free admission for spectators Participants: $10 per event, $35 for 4 events There will be prizes for each category & raffles for all participants. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Full event details at www.kcc.edu Contact for information: Mark Stevenson, KCC welding coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org • 815-802-8874 Visit www.kcc.edu/mitc for directions 18 Thursday, June 19 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N101 Registration deadline is June 8. HLTH 376A.F11 $79, includes materials, contact hours and lunch. Our instructor Candice Chaffee Candice Chaffee is a certified master herbalist, natural health professional and has studied and practiced holistic health for 25 years. She divides her time between teaching, public speaking and natural health consulting. Chaffee has been a guest lecturer at numerous conferences as well as the Medical College of Virginia, School of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University, Wesleyan University, KCC and Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. Aromatherapy for Healthcare Professionals Join aromatherapy consultant Candice Chaffee to learn basic practices for using aromatherapy and essential oils. This seminar combines scientific data, practical clinical techniques and a holistic approach that honors body, mind and spirit. Topics will include using essential oils for common health issues, and how they act on viral and bacterial infections, pain, inflammation, digestion, hormones, emotional distress and other conditions. Drawing from 25-plus years of study and practice, Chaffee also will share how essential oils have been used in a various settings throughout history. Instructor: Candice Chaffee. Class notes: 6.5 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, respiratory technicians, nursing home administrators, professional counselors/clinical counselors, physical and occupational therapists and social workers. Thursday, May 8 • 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D124 HLTH 360A.A16 • Registration deadline is April 30 $69, includes materials and contact hours. Energy and Vibrational Healing for Healthcare This course will explore the anatomy of energy bodies and currents, and will provide tools for balancing a person’s electromagnetic field. Emotional, mental and Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development spiritual causes of disease will be discussed. You will learn techniques for energetic balancing and re-patterning. The course is presented through a variety of mediums used in complementary healing. Topics include: chakra system, meridians, healing with sound and color, magnets and polarity, flower essences, homeopathy, and kinesiology. Instructor: Candice Chaffee. Class notes: 6.5 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, social workers, professional counselors/clinical counselors, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Thursday, June 5 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC North Extension Center Room N101 HLTH 386A.F11 $79, includes materials, contact hours, and lunch. NEW! Palliative Wound Care -co-sponsored with Hospice In this three-hour workshop, participants will learn the concepts of palliative wound care. Topics will include skin structure and phases of wound healing, stages of pressure ulcers, wound dressing categories and treatment approaches. Also included in the discussion will be ways to implement palliative wound care measures when healing is not the goal. The instructor, Charlie Cox, R.N., will demonstrate ways to identify and manage wounds early to provide the best outcome. Class note: 3 contact hours will be awarded to nurses. Wednesday, May 21 9 a.m. - noon • Room D123 $10, includes contact hours. Our instructor Charlie Cox Charlie Cox, RN, WCC, is a registered nurse with almost 20 years’ experience in health care. He holds a Wound Care Certification from the Wound Care Education Institute (2011). He has many years of long term care and hospice experience, specializing in wound management. During his long-term care positions, Cox served as wound care team leader, chaired the Quality Assurance Committee on wound trends and analysis, and continues to provide continuing education to nurses on wound care best practices. Detoxifying your Body and Living Environment The toxicity load is deteriorating our health and quality of life. In the last hundred years, thousands of unresearched chemicals have been introduced into our food, water, medicine and environment. The average person now carries a “body burden” of 700 or more synthetic chemicals, including Teflon residues, plastics, preservatives, and dozens of pesticides. This course will examine common chemicals that are sabotaging our bodies, home and environment. More importantly, we will explore many ways to minimize our exposure, detoxify our bodies, and replace common personal care products with natural, non-toxic ingredients. Instructor: Candice Chaffee. Class notes: 6.5 contact hours will be awarded to nurses, nursing home administrators, professional counselors/clinical counselors, social workers, respiratory care technicians, physical therapists and occupational therapists. Wednesday, April 23 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • KCC Room D123 HLTH 575.A16 $69, includes materials and contact hours. When the Presenting Problems are the Solution Many adolescents exposed to trauma view their presenting problems as a solution to their traumatic experiences. These presenting problems can include alcohol and drug use, process addictions, sexual acting out, cutting, destructive peer group affiliation, suicidal behavior, etc. These behaviors serve as distractions and can numb the pain of the trauma and may cause greater damage in the long-run than the traumatic events themselves. In this three-hour seminar, you’ll learn counseling strategies, healthier coping mechanisms and evidence-bases approaches to help adolescents address their presenting problems. Instructor: Mark Sanders. Class notes: 3 contact hours awarded to nurses, professional counselors/clinical counselors and social workers. Wednesday, May 21 8:30-11:30 a.m. • KCC Iroquois Room $59 Save $29! Make it a full day with this seminar and “Integrating Spirituality and Counseling” for a total cost of only $89. Please call 815-802-8204 with workshop suggestions or if you can teach a nursing continuing education workshop. For registration and information: 815-802-8207 19 Professional Development Career Step Online Training Medical Transcription Editor Develop the knowledge and skills of quality medical transcriptionists, plus add the specialized skill set of medical transcription editors. The focus is on keyboarding, medical terminology, language, grammar, and editing skills to work with speech recognition technology. Cost includes foot pedal, text companion, BenchMark KB 15-month subscription, AHDI 15-month membership, student support, placement assistance and career guidance. • 19 course modules • 640 hours of curriculum training • Complete this program within 1 year. It can be finished in 4 months of full-time study. Fee: $2,795, Payment plans are available. Also, choose between receiving a laptop or $300 off tuition. New! ICD-10 FastTrack Course Medical coders who want to stay current and successful in the industry must have ICD-10 training by Oct. 1, 2014. The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) recommend that coders have both biomedical sciences and code set training. This course is for new and experienced medical coders. It includes reference books, text companion and student support. • 19 course modules • 141 hours of curriculum training • Complete this program within 1 year. It can be finished in 4 months of full-time study. Fee: $695. NEW! Pharmacy Technician This training will help you learn pharmacology, pharmacy law, Retail and institutional pharmacy, prescription filling, pharmaceutical calculations, compounding and more. The focus is on skills to pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam and start working as soon as you graduate. Cost includes six-volume series of textbooks, a comprehensive pocket guide for technicians drug reference and support in securing a job. • 285 hours of curriculum training • Opportunity to participate in an externship with CVS or Walgreens pharmacies. • Complete this program within 6 months. It can be finished in 3 months of full-time study. Fee: $1,995. Call 815-802-8206 to register for these classes. Integrating Spirituality and Counseling Two-thirds of Americans surveyed say they would prefer to work with a therapist who has a spiritual foundation. This interactive, skill-building workshop focuses on strategies to integrate spirituality and counseling. A partial list of topics includes: The Differences between Religion and Spirituality; Integrating Religion and Spirituality with Traditional Counseling Approaches; Ethics and Spirituality; Conducting a Spiritual Assessment; and Issues of Diversity in Spirituality. Special emphasis will be placed upon working with clients with addictions and mental illnesses. Instructor: Mark Sanders. Class notes: 3 contact hours awarded to nurses, professional counselors/clinical counselors and social workers. Wednesday, May 21 12:30-3:30 p.m. • KCC Iroquois Room $59 Save $29! Make it a full day with this seminar and “When the Presenting Problems are the Solution” for a total cost of only $89 Our instructor Mark Sanders Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC, teaches for the addictions studies program at Governors State University. He is owner of On the Mark Consulting, an international speaking and consulting organization. A partial list of clients includes Wisconsin Department of Corrections; Archdiocese of New York; Bank of Montreal; Harris Bank; U.S. Probation; U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Center for Substance Abuse Treatment; U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines; Johnson Institute; and Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Sanders is co-author of Recovery Management, author of Relationship Detox: How To Have Healthy Relationships in Recovery and he has had two stories published in the New York Times book series, Chicken Soup for the Soul. For information, contact Continuing Education and Career Services at 815-802-8206 or visit www.careerstep.com/kcc/. 20 Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Professional Development Truck Driver Training After training, you’ll be prepared for an entry-level position in the trucking industry. KCC’s Truck Driver Training program works with many trucking companies that will pre-hire students. The fact is, truck driving is one of the few occupations where students who complete training are almost certain to go to work immediately. Most students receive several job offers prior to completion of the program. Register at any time. Full-time programs start every month. Part-time programs start every eight to 10 weeks. Training is scheduled around holidays and interruptions caused by weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Program fee includes: • 120 hours of yard and road skills • 40 hours of classroom study • Illinois Secretary of State administered Class A road test Topics include: • Department of Transportation rules and regulations • Log books • Map reading • Trip planning • Vehicle training Enrollment options: • 4-week class—meets Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • 8-week evening class—meets Monday through Friday, 6-10 p.m. For more information, contact the CDL office, 231 E. Broadway, Bradley, at 815-932-0211 or email email@example.com 21 Small Business Development Center at KCC Meet our client Wedding Belles Consignment Boutique As a young couple planning their wedding, Melanie and Casey Devore saw that the Kankakee area needed more wedding resources – from the dress to the decor and rentals. They started a linen and wedding decoration business in 2010. Then, in late 2012, they opened Wedding Belles Consignment Boutique, 368 S. Schuyler Ave. in Bradley. “We are currently the top seller locally for young girls coming from Bradley, Bourbonnais, Manteno, Peotone, Herscher, Clifton and many other schools,” Melanie said. In January 2014, Melanie and Casey accepted an offer for Wedding Belles to join with The Wedding Center. One large shop will now offer new and “once loved” and sample gowns. In June, Wedding Belles will permanently move to The Wedding Center's location at 165 E. Bethel Drive in Bourbonnais. “I believe that by being in the wedding business and the reputation we have in the community will aid us in growing The Wedding Center as a business and another great resource for brides,” Melanie said. “The current owners are equally excited to bring us in as a new point of view with fresh ideas and an updated business sense. “We would like to extend a special thank you to Ken Crite at the Small Business Development Center at KCC for his help and guidance to grow our business,” Melanie continued. “Ken was patient and helpful during the entire process and had extra resources that we would have never thought of. The SBDC not only helped with finding us a bank to finance our dream but also helped us find an accountant to assist with our business plan and Ken was there every step of the way during the application process. We are excited to see what comes next for us!” For more information about the Small Business Development Center at KCC, contact Ken Crite at 815-802-8222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The center is located at 450 N. Kinzie Ave. in Bradley. The Illinois Small Business Development Center programs were developed through a partnership between the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and Kankakee Community College as a service to all Illinois small businesses under cooperative agreement #0-7620-0014-17. We know conferences! Want your next conference to generate fresh ideas and results? 22 Planning an event at KCC will be a uniquely stress-free experience: • Attentive staff • Clean, comfortable rooms • AV set-up • Lunch catered on-site • Continuing education credits available Phone 815-802-8202 or email email@example.com for information. Online Classes Call 815-802-8207 to register Where would you like to learn today? With online classes, you can enroll and learn anywhere there’s an internet connection. Enjoy ultimate flexibility! Start today! Classes include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, links and more. These lists are just a sample of the courses that are offered. If you don’t see a topic you are interested in, please contact us for a complete list or go to www.ed2go.com/kankakeecc/. For more information or to register, phone 815-802-8207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For Teachers A new section begins each month. For a complete listing and to view class information and objectives go to www.ed2go.com/kankakeecc, click “Courses,” and then “Teaching and Education.” Ready, Set, Read! A learning specialist shows you how to develop successful readers and writers. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Solving Classroom Discipline Problems A veteran teacher reveals the secrets to an orderly classroom, including a step-by-step approach to effective, positive discipline. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Using the Internet in the Classroom Discover how using the Internet can make teaching easier for you and more relevant to your students. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Integrating Technology in the K-5 Classroom Take your teaching to another level with fun new ways to incorporate technology into lesson plans. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Understanding Adolescents Unlock the secrets of the adolescent mind to improve relations. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Creating K-12 Learning Materials Microsoft PowerPoint in the Classroom Learn to increase student performance and earn extra income by converting your ideas for instructional aides into reality. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Motivate your students and enrich your lessons by bringing PowerPoint into your classroom. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Survival Kit for New Teachers A veteran instructor shares the secrets for success in your first years of teaching. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. The Creative Classroom Enrich your teaching talents and encourage your students’ creative thinking as you learn to turn your classroom into a creative classroom. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. For registration and information: 815-802-8207 23 Online classes • Call 815-802-8207 to register Microsoft Word in the Classroom Harness the power of the most popular word processing program on the market and become a more productive and creative teacher. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Guided Reading and Writing An accomplished teacher shares the secrets of turning guided reading strategies into opportunities for teaching writing. This professional development training will help you improve student literacy. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Understanding the Human Resources Function Learn to handle basic human resource functions to ensure the best possible results. Cost is $94. Employment Law Fundamentals Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire, evaluate, and manage employees. Cost is $94. Marketing Your Business on the Internet The Classroom Computer An e-commerce expert helps you develop an Internet marketing plan for your business. Cost is $94. Learn how to use the classroom computer to increase learning and motivate students. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Creating a Successful Business Plan Enhancing Language Development in Childhood Enrich the lives of your children by helping them become proficient speakers and thinkers. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom Improve your ability to teach diverse learners with realworld examples from elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Accounting Fundamentals Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more Cost is $94. Designing Effective Websites Learn powerful graphic design techniques and build Web sites that are both attractive and wickedly effective. Cost is $94. Creating Web Pages Teaching Science Grades 4-6 Increase your effectiveness as a science teacher for children in grades 4-6. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post a site on the Web. Cost is $94. Introduction to Business Analysis Teaching Math Grades 4-6 Reinvent math instruction for grades 4-6 by bringing hands-on learning, inexpensive manipulatives, and real-world connections into your classroom. Ask for CPDUs when registering. Cost is $94. Additional online courses for Teaching and Education • Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies – $94 • Handling Medical Emergencies – $94 • Homeschool with Success – $94 For business professionals and entrepreneurs Business Law for the Small Business Owner Learn how to successfully protect your small business and solve most of the legal problems that may arise. Cost is $94. 24 Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and longterm success. Cost is $94. Learn powerful techniques to improve your decision-making skills at work. Cost is $94. Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business. Cost is $94. Performing Payroll in QuickBooks Learn to create paychecks, pay tax liabilities, and produce dazzling payroll reports. Cost is $94. Effective Selling Learn the secret to converting a potential customer into a long-term asset. Find out how to lay the groundwork for repeat business and your future success. Cost is $94. For a complete list of online classes and to view information and objectives, go to www.ed2go.com/kankakeecc New classes begin each month. Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Online classes • Call 815-802-8207 to register Additional online courses for business professionals and entrepreneurs • Get Paid to Travel – $94 • Creating a Successful Business Plan – $94 • Start and Operate your Own Home-Based Business – $94 • Real Estate Investing – $94 • Fundamentals of Supervision and Management I and II – $94 • Understanding the Human Resources Function – $94 • Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications – $94 Additional online classes • Marketing Your Business on the Internet – $94 • Creating Web Pages – $94 • Designing Effective Websites – $94 • Creating a Classroom Website – $94 • Introductory and intermediate Photoshop CS3 & CS4 – $94 • Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2003/2007 – $94 • Making Movies with Windows XP – $94 • Introduction to PC Troubleshooting – $94 • Introduction to PC Security – $94 • Wireless Networking – $94 • Basic A+ Certification Prep – $119 • Intermediate A+ Certification Prep – $119 • Advanced A+ Certification Prep – $119 • GED Test Preparation – $94 • GRE Preparation – $94 • LSAT Preparation – $94 • GMAT Preparation – $94 • Genealogy Basics – $94 • Making Age an Asset in Your Job Search – $94 • Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search – $94 For Health Care Professionals – • Certificate in Gerontology – $210 • Certificate in Complementary and Alternative Medicine – $215 • Certificate in Spirituality, Health, and Healing – $215 • Certificate in Pain Assessment and Management – $177 Try an ONLINE course Consider these facts: • Student satisfaction and course completion rates in Ed2Go classes are among the highest in the industry. More than 95% of our students say they’d take another course. • You’re not “all alone” when taking an Ed2Go class. You can post questions for the instructor and discuss information with other students. • A “Help” feature is included with each course. • If you fall behind or have to be away for a while during the course and miss a quiz, there’s a two-week grace period to make it up. • You can get a 10-day extension at the end of the course if needed. Ready to learn online? Visit www.ed2go.com/kankakeecc & register today! For registration and information: 815-802-8207 25 Personal enrichment Deaf Sign I – Part Two Beginning Photography Let Wayne Baranowski help you get acquainted with your camera. Learn the fundamentals of camera operation, photographic composition, exposure techniques, depthof-field and how to compose photos using natural and artificial lighting. Several photo techniques will be discussed and participants will practice shooting photos during class. Bring your camera (digital or 35 mm) to class. Even if you are looking to buy a camera, this is a great class to take. Instructor: Wayne Baranowski. Tuesdays • April 8 to May 27 7-9 p.m. • KCC Room D123 ARTS 301D.Q16 • $89 NEW! Basic Spanish Conversation – Part Two This six-week course is designed to strength your basic skills in Spanish. “Basic Spanish Conversation – Part One” is a prerequisite to this course. Instructor: Tris Tara Diaz. Class notes: 12 contact hours available to nurses, nursing home administrators, social workers, professional counselors/clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Participants must attend all session to receive full contact hours. Tuesdays • April 15 to May 20 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D124 SPAN 331A.Q26 • $72 NEW! Safe Summer Skin Care: Insect Repellants, Sunburn Remedies, and First Aid Learn about the creation and use of sunburn remedies, insect repellants, and first aid remedies from kitchen ingredients and essential oils. This course also covers using common picnic foods such as watermelon for first aid. Students will take home an insect repellant, sunburn remedy, and first aid product. Instructor: Dawn Wrobel. Wednesday, April 2 6-8:30 p.m. • KCC Room D151 • LECT 8140.Q16 $23, plus a $10 material fee payable to the instructor at the class. 26 Continue to learn and practice the art of sign language. “Deaf Sign I - Part One” is a prerequisite to this course. Instructor: Janet Hanson. Class note: 14 ISBE CPDUs available to Illinois teachers. 14 contact hours available to nurses, nursing home administrators, social workers, professional counselors/ clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Participants must attend all sessions to receive full contact hours. Tuesdays • April 8 to May 20 6:30-8:30 p.m. • KCC Room D212 HLTH 316A.Q26 • $89 Time to Meditate Meditation is the art of relaxing and discovering one's own inner being. Meditation can help us transform our day-today life into a better, more meaningful and more fulfilling existence. It can help us reduce stress and focus on what is important. Come prepared to practice and focus on your meditation skills during each class. Instructor: Sue Eggerton. Tuesdays • April 15 to May 6 6:30-7:30 p.m. • KCC Room D214 LECT 9041.Q26 • $35 Questions and Answers about Writing and Publishing Come get answers to your questions about writing and publishing. Whether you are writing for fun or profit, this seminar will give you the answers to your questions. Glean knowledge from an author and publisher to help you attain the level of success you are trying to achieve. Saturday, May 3 9 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D214 WRIT 9020.K16 • $36 Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Personal Enrichment Women, Money, and Your Heart's Desire Just Once Piano for Hopelessly Busy People Many women—widowed, divorced or pending divorce— are fearful they can't live or function without a man or someone else in their life. Don’t stay stagnant! This seminar is a way to reach out and have the life you want, deserve and can have. Money issues and loneliness will be addressed and you can learn to alleviate those fears—and others—to attain your heart's desire. You are somebody! You are rich and rewarding in yourself! In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade for years of personal musical enjoyment. Here’s how: while most people learn note reading, piano professionals use chords. You can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop. Total beginners can print out a free pamphlet on the treble clef at http://justonceclasses.com/info/images/fastpresence/ class_notes_for_piano.pdf Tuesdays • April 15 to June 3 3:30-5 p.m. • KCC Room D214 FINC 9009.A26 • $64 NEW! The Four Agreements – A Self Transformational Workshop Leave behind self-limiting beliefs and create the experiences of unconditional love and acceptance for yourself and your relationships. This course is a study of the book, The Four Agreements, by Don Miguel Ruiz. It will provide transformation tools to assist you in creating the life you were born to live. Each class will include a lecture and discussion. Time for participants to share and discuss ways to apply The Four Agreements to any challenging situation in life will also be included. Class notes: please read The Four Agreements prior to class and bring the book to each class. Wednesdays • April 16 to June 11 6:30-8:30 p.m. • KCC Room D123 • $96 Safely Caring for Your Family Member The tenderness of a loved one’s touch can do so much to help a person who is struggling with the basics of daily living. To ease these discomforts, you just need a bit of knowledge. This hands-on workshop is being conducted by Hospice of Kankakee Valley members. Your training will include safely transferring someone from chair to bed without hurting the patient or yourself, giving bed baths, feeding someone, caring for their skin, becoming knowledgeable about common healthcare equipment, and understanding the stages of dementia. Wednesday, April 23 1-2:30 p.m. • KCC Room M112 LECT 9500.A26 FREE, but registration is required. Turning 65: Medicare Parts A & B and Medicare Supplemental Plans This informative program covers Medicare eligibility, enrollment and an overview of the benefits of Medicare Parts A and B. It also includes information on the standardized Medicare Supplemental plans and the benefit differences between each plan. Tuesday, April 8 10-11:30 a.m. • KCC Room D123 LECT 9018.A16 FREE, but registration is required. Saturday, April 26 9 a.m. - noon • KCC Room D211 PIAN 9000.K16 $59, includes a book and practice CD. New! Just Once Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but keep searching for time to do it? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won't have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. Saturday, April 26 1-3:30 p.m. • KCC Room D211 LECT 8050.K16 • $59, includes materials. America’s Boating Course (3rd Ed.) This is an introductory course for all boaters produced by the United States Power Squadrons (USPS) and taught by USPS certified instructors. Topics include boat and hull types, required safety equipment, operator responsibilities, boat handling, personal watercraft operation, fueling procedures, water sports safety, trailering, nautical rules of the road, navigation lights and sound signals, emergency equipment and procedures, homeland security regulations, state of Illinois regulations, and more. Instructor: Robert Potter. Class notes: Open to participants age 12 and over. This course meets the requirements of states that have mandatory safe boating education laws and is accepted by the state of Illinois as meeting the training requirements for boat operators ages 12 to 18. An exam is administered at the end of the course. First class starts at 6:15 p.m. Thursdays • April 17 to May 15 6:30-8:45 p.m. • KCC Room D124 SAFE 9001.Q16 $10. An additional $50 for student manual and CDROM must be paid to the instructor at first class. NEW! Circular Knitting Lab Take your knitting skills to the next level. If you ever wanted to knit a hat, a sweater in the round, a mitten or a glove, you can update your skills by learning circular knitting. Learn to use double pointed needles, circular needles, math for sizing a circular item, and to read a For registration and information: 815-802-8207 27 Personal Enrichment pattern and chart for a circular knitted item. If you want to move on to a sock knitting class, you will first need to know how to knit in the round, so this is the perfect preparation. You will complete one project during this class. Instructor: Diana Mullins-Atkinson. NEW! Crochet 102: Intermediate Basics Class notes: Prerequisites are these basic knitting skills— basic cast-on, knit stitch, purl stitch, basic bind-off. Please contact KCC at 802-8204 for a supply list. This intermediate level crochet class will teach circular crochet, the art of the Granny Square, how to read a chart, and how to use short-row crochet. A project that runs throughout the class will give you the chance to use your skills as you add to your crochet techniques. Class note: Prerequisite is understanding basic flat crochet. Please contact KCC at 802-8204 for a supply list. Tuesdays • April 1 to May 6 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D151 LECT 8110.Q16 • $92 Tuesday • June 3 to July 8 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D123 LECT 9951.Q11 • $92 NEW! Knitting Basics: The Sock Recipe Class You’ve wanted to knit socks for a long time. You’ve seen this trend take over the knitting world and you have wanted to join in, but you’ve heard that turning the heel is impossible; grafting the toes makes you scream. This class will dispel all of the myths about the difficulty of knitting socks. You will work through each part of the anatomy of a sock in an easy to follow process, just like you follow a recipe. In the end, you will have a lovely handmade pair of socks. Class notes: Prerequisites are understanding basic knitting skills: Basic Cast-On, Knit Stitch, Purl Stitch, Basic BindOff. Understanding how to use double pointed knitting needles is helpful, but the student will be guided through this process as well. Please contact KCC at 802-8204 for a supply list. Thursdays • April 10 to May 29 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D151 LECT 8120.Q16 • $120 NEW! Lace Knitting Lace knitting is characterized by stable "holes" in the fabric arranged with consideration of aesthetic value. Because of its complexity, lace knitting is sometimes considered the pinnacle of knitting techniques. In this series, you will learn that although it may be complex, a student of any knitting level can be skilled at the techniques. You will learn different forms of lace knitting along with becoming proficient in basic skills. There will be a basic lace project during the class. Class note: Prerequisite is understanding basic knitting skills – Basic Cast-On, Knit Stitch, Purl Stitch, Yarn Over, Basic Bind-Off. Please contact KCC at 802-8204 for a supply list. Thursdays • June 26 to July 31 6-8 p.m. • KCC Room D124 LECT 9952.Q11 • $92 Our instructor NEW! Amigurumi (The Japanese Art of Toy Making) The very popular art of Japanese Crochet toy making has now come to KCC. In one day, all of the basics will be covered, and you can complete a toy. Students also will learn how to take a pattern and transition it into a larger version of the toy. Along with a printed copy of the instructions, participants also will receive three additional patterns to keep. Class notes: Prerequisite is basic understanding of crochet. Please contact KCC at 802-8204 for a supply list. In order to keep our workshop costs low, we do not provide lunch. You are welcome to bring your own lunch, snacks and drinks with you. There also is a vending area with refreshments for purchase. Saturday, April 19 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (including a lunch break) KCC Room D151 • LECT 9520.K16 $45, plus a $15 kit payable to the instructor at the class. Registration deadline is April 15. 28 Diana Mullins-Atkinson Diana Mullins-Atkinson is a knit and crochet designer with her own small online business, “Oz Dust Designs by the Green Girl Studio.” Mullins-Atkinson has been involved in needle and fiber crafts for more than 45 years. She teaches numerous techniques as well as project and design classes in both knitting and crochet. Mullins-Atkinson also designs specialty patterns for charitable promotions. She is a graduate of the University of Washington with a degree in biological sciences and near Eastern languages and civilizations. Mullins-Atkinson's motto is that anyone can learn the fiber arts with a little support and general instruction. She looks forward to working with the students and the community of KCC. Register online at www.kcc.edu/comejoinus Adult Education Learning System A new beginning for those who need it Please note: Course changes, such as locations, days, and times may occur after this notice has been printed and before these changes can be incorporated in a later notice. These programs are partially funded with federal funds. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Kankakee Community College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Adult basic literacy Do you want to learn to read better? Do you know someone who wants to learn to read better? The ALIVE Adult Literacy program provides individual and small group tutoring to improve the reading skills of adults ages 16 years and older. How help is provided: • Tutoring is arranged by the adult literacy staff and is available at KCC, libraries, churches and a variety of other places. • A caring, friendly environment is created between the tutor and student. • Sessions are individually arranged. • Materials are provided during the session. • Basic skills of reading, writing, English and math are taught. • Services are provided at no cost to the student. Call 815-802-8307 or email email@example.com for information. GED 2014 Success is just clicks away TM A new GED program was launched on Jan. 2. The overhaul better prepares adults without a high school diploma for higher education and the workforce. The 2014 program uses technology to help students prepare for, pass the test and move on to better jobs with better wages. KCC has a comprehensive range of instruction and services to help students succeed on the 2014 GED test. There is no cost to the student – and several convenient locations are available. There’s an online instruction option, too. Call 815-802-8300 or email GED@kcc.edu for more information. For Adult Education information: 815-802-8300 29 Adult Education Schedule Adult Basic Education (ABE) General Educational Development (GED) High School Equivalency Diploma These programs are designed for the student to prepare for the GED test for a high school equivalency diploma. The classes are for those who can read, but who would like to improve skills. Program features: • Study at your own pace. • No cost to the student. • Books are provided during class time. • New class sessions begin every eight weeks. • Open to anyone age 16 and over who is separated from his/her high school and is no longer attending high school. A letter showing high school separation is required for those under age 18. • An online GED test study option is available for those who pretest at the high school level. Email GED@kcc.edu for information. Call 815-802-8300 in Kankakee County or 815-432-4670 in Iroquois County to register for an orientation. Program orientations are required prior to class enrollment. Class locations and times are subject to change. For the latest information, visit www.kcc.edu or phone 815-802-8300. English as a Second Language (ESL) All English as a Second Language classes are provided at no cost to the student. The classes are designed for foreignborn adults who would like to improve their English language speaking and writing skills. Instructors and tutors work with students in small groups. There are five levels of classes, to help students at every stage of learning. Call 815-929-9158 to register for an orientation. Program orientations are required prior to class enrollment. English as a Second Language class schedule Lisieux Pastoral Center Location: 371 N. St. Joseph Ave., Kankakee. Days/times: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - noon; also Tuesday and Thursday, 6-9 p.m. Phone 815-929-9158 to register. First United Methodist Church Location: 111 W. Fourth St., Momence. Days/times: Tuesday and Thursday, 6-9 p.m. Phone 815-929-9158 to register. ABE and GED class schedule KCC Riverfront Campus Clases de Inglés KCC Miner South Extension Center Diseñado para adultos nacidos en otros paises, y para personas que quiren mejorar sus abilidades en hablar y escribir el inglés. Tutores e instructores trabajan con pequeños grupos de estudiantes. Se ofrecen cinco diferentes niveles de aprendizanje. Location: 100 College Drive, Kankakee, Rooms L30A and L30B. Orientation required. Phone 815-802-8300 to register. ABE & GED days/times: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. noon and 1-4 p.m.; also Monday and Wednesday, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Location: 1488 E. Walnut St., Watseka. Orientation required. Phone 815-802-8300 or 815-432-4670 to register. Adult Basic Education days/times: Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. - noon; also Monday and Wednesday, 5-8 p.m. GED days/times: Monday through Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. 1 p.m.; also Monday and Wednesday, 6:30-9 p.m. KCC North Extension Center Location: 450 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley. Orientation required. Phone 815-802-8300 to register. ABE & GED days/times: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - noon; also Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-7 p.m. First United Methodist Church Location: 111 W. Fourth St., Momence. Orientation required. Phone 815-802-8300 to register. ABE & GED days/times: Tuesday and Thursday, 6-9 p.m. Online GED Preparation To enroll in GED instruction online, call 815-802-8300 or email GEDonline@kcc.edu. Orientation is by appointment only. There is no cost to the student. 30 Como Segundo Lenguaje Aprenda Inglés gratis Lisieux Pastoral Center 371 North St. Joseph Ave., Kankakee De lunes a jueves de 9:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. Por la noche • Los martes y los jueves De 6:00 p.m. a 9:00 p.m. First United Methodist Church 111 W. Fourth St., Momence Los martes y los jueves De 6:00 p.m. a 9:00 p.m. Los cambios de cursos, como los lugares, los días y las horas pueden ocurrir después de que este aviso se haya imprimido y después de que los cambios se puedan incorporar en otro aviso. Kankakee Community College es un empleador de oportunidades de igualdad y de acción afirmativa. Adult Education Schedule Adult Parenting Program KCC’s Adult Parenting Program is a unique part of KCC’s adult education system. The parenting program offers parenting and anger management classes for KCC’s students and the community. Home visits, transportation and child care are offered to individuals who qualify. These classes are approved by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and by the Illinois Department of Corrections. For more information about enrollment, contact Dan Harris, 815-802-8311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Workplace literacy Customized, on-site Adult Basic Education, General Educational Development and English as a Second Language courses are available to area employers at a nominal cost. For more information, contact Margaret Cooper at 815802-8302 or email email@example.com Be competitive in the local labor market FREE classes to sharpen skills Job Connections Class This class is a must! Learn the nuts and bolts for a job search, including the ability to package, market, and sell your skills to employers. Recognize how the job market is changing and the importance of networking. Meets Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Attendance all four days is required. Ensure that your computer skills will help you succeed in the new 2014 GED program Computer Literacy for GED 2014 Classes KCC North Extension Center 401 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley Classes meet 2 days per week, 3 hours per day. Day and evening classes are available. FREE for residents! For more information or to register, phone 815-802-8300. Computer Literacy Class Get computer basics. You’ll learn how to turn on the computer and what happens after that. The Computer Literacy class will provide basic computer instruction as well as skills on how to use Internet; personal email; Windows XP; Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Meets Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Attendance all four days is required. FREE for residents! For more information or to register, phone 815-802-8960. Classes are offered at the new KCC North Extension Center, 401 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley. Effective Feb. 1, 2014. Seating is limited. You must attend the entire class. No high school diploma? Get a GED through KCC’s Adult Education program. There is no cost to the student – and several convenient locations are available. There’s an online instruction option, too. Call 815-802-8304 or email GED@kcc.edu for more information. For Adult Education information: 815-802-8300 31 NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID Kankakee, Ill. 60901 Permit No. 462 Postal Customer ECRWSS KCC’s Illinois Concealed Carry Permit Training Course Complete the requirements to apply for an Illinois Concealed Carry Permit. • 16 hour program. • Classroom and fire range work included. • Ammunition, use of a firearm, and range fees included. • Instructors are former law enforcement officers who are NRA certified and approved to conduct Illinois Concealed Carry Firearms Training. • Weekend and weekday options. • Credit for prior training offered. • Satisfies requirements to apply for an Illinois Concealed Carry Permit. LOW COST! $131-$231 depending on credit for prior training Important notes: Firearms Owner Identification (FOID) card required for enrollment. Additional registration requirements apply. To obtain an Illinois concealed carry permit, you must submit your course completion certificate along with other application materials to the Illinois State Police. Do not bring a firearm or ammunition to the college or to the range. Participants with prior training can reduce training time with proper proof. Course number: LAWF 372. To register or for more information, visit www.kcc.edu/concealedcarry or phone 815-802-8209.